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PRESCHOOL

Good Shepherd Lutheran has been chosen and empowered by the Holy Spirit to share Christ's love with our students and their families through our words and actions.

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Good Shepherd Lutheran Early Childhood Center exists to equip the whole child with a quality education that is based on the foundation of Gods Love.

    • Proclaim the Gospel and           Gods Love
    • Build a strong Christian              community
    • Inspire quality learning
    • Develop the whole                      student

  • Preschool Classroom

Mission Statement:

Caring for the lambs of the Good Shepherd’s flock. 

Philosophy and Goals: 
Good Shepherd Lutheran Early Childhood center is a Christian preschool committed to:

(I) sharing Christ’s love in word and deed with students and their families and


(II) joyfully preparing children for a lifetime of learning and service to their neighbor.  

 

It is our goal to provide a safe, loving, Christian learning environment. Throughout the day children will experience a Christian setting in which they grow, learn, and develop socially, physically, emotionally, cognitively, and spiritually. 

 
Tuition for 2023-2024 (beginning October 16, 2023)
One-time Registration Fee: $75

3k and 4k Combined Class:

  • Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00am-Noon

  • Monthly Tuition of $250

 

Our philosophy is that:
 
  • A child should be encouraged to explore the wonders of God in the world around them and the special gift of Jesus. 

  • A child learns best in a safe, nurturing environment.

  • A child’s environment should promote active exploration in all areas of development: social, physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual.   

  • Play is an essential component in a child’s development. 

  • A child learns best through educational experiences that are developmentally appropriate

  • Each child is an individual who learns in his/her own way and at his/her own pace.

  • Learning is an interactive process between the teachers and the children. Children learn from each  other as well as from role models.

 
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